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Japan hooker Atsushi Sakate said coordination on defense will be key when the Brave Blossoms collide with South Africa in the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup on Sunday.

Sakate and lock Uwe Helu said Japan’s preparation and fitness could be the difference, provided the Brave Blossoms execute their plan — a key part of which is their approach to tackles.

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